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AMERICAN CUISINE, NEW ENGLAND CUISINE, NEW HAVEN CUISINE

Paul Freedman, author of Ten Restaurants That Changed America shares a history of American eating preferences and how we got to where we are. From New England’s culinary identity created by the...

We thought it was about the economy?

Since the inauguration, we've seen executive orders on immigration, controversies surrounding Russia, and tweets about crowd size and wire tapping. But hold on—wasn't it supposed to be about the...

A CONVERSATION WITH TAYLOR MAC AND BASSEM YOUSSEF

One is a playwright, actor, singer-songwriter, performance artist, director, and producer. “A critical darling of the New York scene” (NY Magazine), TimeOut NY has called Mac, “One of the most...

Tim Snyder: On Tyranny

Author Tim Snyder discusses his guide to identifying and understanding the frightening parallels between our current reality and that of 20th century Europeans.

POWER FROM THE EARTH: THE SHIFT TO RENEWABLE ENERGY IN NEW ENGLAND

In the wake of the 2015 climate change summit in Paris, and increasing acknowledgement of the dangers facing our planet, the push has become more urgent to move toward renewable energy. John...

DAN AUSTIN: YOU CAN GO ANYWHERE

Philanthropist and long-distance bike pilgrim Dan Austin riffs on the impact of bikes given to formerly trafficked women and girls around the world.

THE AMERICAN DREAM IN 2016: MILLENNIALS AND THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

How is the U.S. serving or not serving its young people, and how will this shape the upcoming election, given that millennials constitute the country’s largest demographic?
Moderated by...

J. KENJI LÓPEZ-ALT: THE FOOD LAB

Chef and author López-Alt dispels common cooking myth and frees you from previous culinary constraints using science!


A DUTY TO LOOK? HUMAN RIGHTS AND IMAGERY

When, if ever, is it ethical to view images of famine, poverty, and violence, and what is our relationship to these images?

Moderated by James Silk, Clinical Professor of Law at Yale Law...

WRITING HOME: NARRATIVES OF PLACE AND DISPLACEMENT IN THE AMERICAS

Three contemporary Latin American writers discuss how the cities, languages, personal histories, and politics of our past inform the narratives we construct today. Presented in collaboration with...

ASSIMILATION OR AUTONOMY? HOW CULTURE CAN HELP THE REFUGEE CRISIS

In the midst of the greatest refugee crisis since World War II, how can culture aid the absorption of displaced people?
Moderated by:

Jennifer Sime, Senior Vice President of U.S....

PICO IYER: WHEN HOUSES ARE NOT HOMES

In a world in which people are the move more than ever before, whether by choice or necessity, author Pico Iyer suggests ways in which our sense of home has grown fluid, portable — and even secret...

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